Events of the Week: Feb 22-26

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, it can be tough to determine what events are right or most convenient for you. We’ve pulled out some of the major startup events taking place across the North Texas region and will bring those to you at the start of each week.


Monday | Whiteboard Sessions – Max Whitemeyer | 3pm

Tuesday | Startup Grind Dallas | 7:30pm

Wednesday | One Million Cups – Dallas | 9am

Wednesday | Learn Sketch 3 Together | 5:15pm

Thursday | Oak Cliff Open Coffee Club | 8am

Thursday | Downtown Dallas Networking Happy Hour | 5pm

Friday | Open House Free Coworking Friday | 9am

Friday | Proof of Lunch: A Bitcoin & Blockchain Lunchtime Discussion | 11:30am

Friday | Startup Weekend Dallas – Fight for Flint Hackathon | 6:30pm

North Dallas

Tuesday | Robot Builder’s Night Out | 6pm

Tuesday | Train the Trainer: Leather Sewing Machines | 7pm

Wednesday | Embedded Workshop – Microcontrollers | 7pm

Wednesday | Night Out at the Addison Flying Saucer | 7pm

Thursday | Irving/Las Colinas Open Coffee Club | 8am

Thursday | Video Game Open Coffee Club | 8am

Thursday | DFW Nonprofit Geeks | 6:30pm

Thursday | Dallas Makerspace Open House | 7pm

Friday | Hack|ed Hackathon | 5pm

Fort Worth

Tuesday | Tech Tuesdays at Proper | 5:30pm

Wednesday | One Million Cups – Fort Worth | 9am


  • Ateanna Uriri is a journalism major at UNT and currently an editorial intern for Launch DFW. When she is not at school or interning, she works as a library associate for the Dallas Public Library and is an active blerd (Black nerd) with a love for books, particularly the graphic variety, old films and documentaries.

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